I realize that reducing the diameter of the cylinder would also require
increasing the length of the stroke. I did not feel that it was necessary to
explain this to a technical audience.
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on 3/21/13 1:42 AM, PaulHunt73 at email@example.com wrote:
> Certainly you can, and reduce the travel of the release bearing at the same
> time. But you would have to ensure that the travel was still enough to
> fully release the friction plate or you would have difficulty selecting
> gears, and it would put the biting point closer to the floor. The ratio of
> master diameter to slave diameter is what it is for a reason.
> ----- Original Message -----
>> Hmm, I wonder... Since it's a simple hydraulic system, it should be
>> to alter the amount of effort needed to depress the clutch pedal.